An article Wednesday incorrectly stated the number of Democratic senators who voted for Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s version of a medical malpractice bill. While only one Democrat senator, Roy P. Dyson of Southern Maryland, sided with Republicans on the final Democrat-backed legislation, three Democrats voted for an amendment that would have restored the governor's bill. They were Dyson, James Brochin of Baltimore County and Gloria G. Lawlah of Prince George's County.
In an interview in the Dec. 26 Arts & Society section, Baltimore artist Stan Edmister incorrectly stated that the color scheme of the newly repainted Howard Street bridge was not the one chosen by voters in an online city poll, suggesting that Mayor Martin O'Malley disregarded the results of the vote. In fact, the color scheme is the one that was chosen by online voters.
An article in most of yesterday's editions of The Sun stated that Del. Shane E. Pendergrass has worked out a compromise with the Columbia Association to create a bill to change one of the association's rules on property assessments. In fact, Pendergrass said that she is working on such a deal, but will not complete it until she sees a written statement from the association.
A photo caption in the Dec. 26 Real Estate section gave the incorrect last name of Bud Nixon, a Lutherville home owner.
The Sun regrets the errors.